Extraordinary Lives (podcast series)

 
Extraordinary Life: Archbishop Desmond Tutu in conversation with satirist Deep Fried Man
Extraordinary Life: Archbishop Desmond Tutu in conversation with satirist Deep Fried Man
In honour of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu's 85th birthday today, here's a podcast, published in 2015, celebrating his extraordinary life...
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Neo Muyanga
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Neo Muyanga
Composer, musician and cultural activist Neo Muyanga is a creative energy whose contribution to South Africa's cultural life has been impressive.
An extraordinary new era of podcasting is upon us
An extraordinary new era of podcasting is upon us
 The red-faced man in the car next to me slammed his fist into his hooter. The woman in the car behind me threw up her hands. It was peak-hour...
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Antjie Krog
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Antjie Krog
From publishing her first volume of poetry at age 17 to her coverage of the TRC hearings, poet and writer Antjie Krog is a remarkable South African.
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life:  Thuli Madonsela
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Thuli Madonsela
Public protector Thuli Madonsela, who takes a no-nonsense approach to corruption in SA, is recognised as one of the world's most influential people.
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: PJ Powers
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: PJ Powers
Marianne Thamm and Roger Lucey discuss the life of Penelope Jane Dunlop -- 'PJ Powers' - political activist and one of SA's most successful musicians.
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Arthur Chaskalson
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Arthur Chaskalson
Justice Edwin Cameron and Judge Lee Bozalek discuss the remarkable life of human rights champion and former chief justice Arthur Chaskalson.

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